We can help you look as young as you feel.
This is truly the next generation technology using RF energy is precisely directed to the skin in the form of a matrix. Healthy skin around the dots accelerates the healing process of the skin. Post treatment, new collagen and healthy skin cells are produced. Mild to moderate wrinkles and superficial skin discolorations red and brown spots, and textural irregularities are reduced. The texture of your skin becomes more smooth and elastic.*
For many of us, skin imperfections can impact self-confidence. Often, people considering facial rejuvenation procedures are inhibited by high cost, pain, downtime and side effects. Skinblative™ skin treatments are an ideal solution! Skinblative™ effectively targets the skin’s imperfections while offering the following advantages:
Skinblative™ treatments provide the results you desire without the worry of more invasive procedures. Skinblative™ penetrates more deeply than creams and peels, and addresses your skin’s overall tone and texture more effectively than injectables. And while results with more invasive procedures may be dramatic, few are willing to incur the cost or risk. Skinblative™ restores a youthful glow and smooths the texture of the skin without the pain and downtime associated with a needle or knife.
Skinblative™ is neither laser nor light-based. Instead, this one-of-a-kind technology uses fractionated bi-polar radio frequency (RF), precisely directed to the skin in the form of a matrix. Healthy skin around the matrix dots accelerates the healing process. Post treatment, new collagen and healthy skin cells are produced, reducing acne scars, mild to moderate wrinkles and superficial skin discolorations while creating smoother and more elastic skin texture.
For best results, expect 3 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart. The total number of sessions depends on your skin’s condition.
Some patients report a warm, prickly sensation as energy enters their skin. Following treatment, a pink or red flush resembling a minor sunburn is common. Topical anesthetic ointments and cooling gels may be used to reduce discomfort during treatment.